This Feb. 24, 2021 photo shows a T-Mobile store at a shopping mall in Pittsburgh. T-Mobile says about 7.8 million of its current postpaid customer accounts’ information and approximately 40 million records of former or prospective customers who had previously applied for credit with the company were involved in a recent data breach. T-Mobile said Wednesday, Aug. 18, that customers’ first and last names, date of birth, Social Security numbers, and driver’s license/ID information were exposed. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic) T-Mobile says a data breach exposed personal information for more than 37 million customer accounts. The company says a hacker stole the data earlier this month, including names, addresses, birthdays, and phone numbers. Credit card information was not affected by the hack. It’s the second major hack in just over two years for T-Mobile – they paid $350 million to settle a 2021 breach that affected 77 million accounts. If you are a T-Mobile customer and need more on protecting your data click here.